Thomas Carpentier

Thomas studied architecture at Ecole Spéciale in Paris. He has worked in Paris, Los Angeles and London in various firms including Wilkinson Eyre Architects. He is interested in identifying unconscious pre conceptions in design fields and shaking them to explore new potentials. His work investigates social aspects of objects and spaces, rituals attached to them and their impact on space experience, behavior and body.
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    Sou Fujimoto: The architect who wanted to live in a tree

    The Barbican Centre recently explored Japanese domestic architecture through a major exhibition: The Japanese House: Architecture and Life after 1945. “In the wake of the war, the widespread devastation of Tokyo and other Japanese cities brought an urgent need for new housing, and the single family house became the foremost...